Tri County Club
The Tri County Club met on Sept. 19, 2012, at the Oak Grove Church, with Bonnie Hardwick and Diana Nees as hostesses.
A great and yummy meal was enjoyed by all.
Our afternoon meeting was opened by our president, Rhonda Tincher. The entire club repeated the club creed and the pledge to the American Flag.
Surprise package was won by Donna Rubeck. Door prizes were won by Rhonda Tincher and Gerry Cunfidd.
Devotions were "Don't Count The Years," by Roberta Nees, "Way to Lose Weight In the Shower," by Kay Altemiller, and "Subject to Foreign Call Centers" by Gerry Cundiff.
Roll call was answered by 12 members and one guest, Carol Booher, all telling what our school mascot was. I remember, after 61 years, it was a Clover. Whew. How could I remember that many years ago?
Secretary's report by Linda Rushton was read and approved.
Treasurer's report by Evelyn Rubeck was read and approved.
Card report by Diana Nees stated she sent three cards this month.
Hospital report by Linda Rushton was read and approved.
Our next meeting will be Oct. 17, at the Yacht Club with Sandy Maines, Shelly Blyth, Kay Altemiller and Mary Lyons as hostesses.
Rhonda Tincher received a surprise gift and she really was surprised.
Bonnie Hardwick received her birthday gift, which she knew to expect from her secret sister.
Now Bingo. We all get excited to play, but we don't always win. What a bummer. Gerry Cundiff won overall.
Take care and may God bless you all. Until next time.
Alpha Omega Chapter of Delta Theta Tau Sorority
The regular meeting of Alpha Omega Chapter of Delta Theta Tau Sorority took place at 8 p.m., Oct. 16, at First United Methodist Church Traylor Hall, following initiation practice.
The meeting was opened by Chapter President Kathy Bridgewater, with the Delta Opening Ceremony and Delta Prayer.
The secretary called roll with 15 members present.
The September minutes were approved as read.
The treasurer's report was read and will be filed subject to audit.
Reports of Committees:
* September Philanthropy -- Melissa McCullough took items to the Food Pantry, and
* Cheeseballs -- They will be made at Jackson Township Elementary School Saturday, Nov. 10, at 8 a.m. As of tonight, we have sold 861.
Cindy McKinney reported on Providence Convention. She thanked our chapter for sending her. Ovar Coming is our philanthropy project chosen by our Province. Our chapter was third in Golden Hand and fifth per capita.
National Convention is in Olive Branch, Miss., July 10-14, 2013. Alpha Province will be hosted in Plainfied, Nov. 1-3, 2013.
Our visitation is Nov. 27. We will take Karen Allen, National President, to Marios, at 5 p.m., set up at 6:15 p.m., and have initiation at 7 p.m.
Melissa McCullough is claiming hours for "Rotary Reads."
Teresa McCallister Award guidelines were shared with members.
Lorna will have Christmas movie sign-up Nov. 10, at cheeseball making.
Thank you Habitat for Humanity of Clay County for your donation.
Stacy Mason is requesting a donation for her daughter's surgery, which is not covered by insurance.
Stacy is Karen Allen's stepdaughter. On a motion by Diane, a pledge donation will be given.
Tammy Ninesling made a motion to donate to NHS Marching Knights and Clay City Imperial Regiment.
Next meeting will be Nov. 27, following initiation at First United Methodist Church Traylor Hall.
Party Group will be Jennifer Jones and Cindy Crowder.
December Christmas Party will be Dec. 11, at Diane Bradens.
The meeting was closed with the Delta Closing Ceremony and the Founder's Day ceremony followed at 9:30.
The Indiana Extension Homemakers will celebrate its 100th anniversary in 2013.
All Indiana counties have been asked to make a quilt block.
A quilt will be made from the blocks and a raffle for the quilt will take place.
Tickets are $1 each or six for $5.
Tickets are on sale now and will be through February 2013.
Members of the Clay County Extension Homemakers have tickets which may be purchased at the Clay County Extension Office.